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Super Bowl LIII coverage starts on Monday, January 28

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overage from Atlanta Kicks Off at 4:00 PM ET with ‘Super Bowl Live’​

Live Coverage of ‘Super Bowl Opening Night’ From State Farm Arena at 7:00 PM ET

Editions of ‘NFL Total Access’ Air at 6:00 PM & 10:00 PM ET

 

Coming up Monday on NFL Network

-  Super Bowl Live airs live at 4:00 PM ET, with Rhett LewisJames JonesMike Giardi and Tom Pelissero live from Atlanta, and joined by Cole Wright in Los Angeles

NFL Total Access airs at 6:00 PM ET with Lindsay RhodesMichael Robinson and David Carr hosting from Los Angeles, and Willie McGinestReggie WayneJames Jones and Ian Rapoport joining from State Farm Arena in Atlanta, setting the stage for Super Bowl Opening Night. Reporters Mike Giardi and Tom Pelissero also join with the latest team reports. Following Super Bowl Opening Night, a new edition of NFL Total Access airs at 10:00 PM ET

- At 7:00 PM ET, NFL Network provides live coverage of Super Bowl Opening Night from State Farm Arena in Atlanta. Chris Rose and Kurt Warner host, and are joined by Michael IrvinDeion SandersWillie McGinest and Nate Burleson providing the latest from the floor during the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots’ media availability

- Start the day with Good Morning Football at 7:00 AM ET from New York City with Kay AdamsNate BurlesonPeter Schrager and Kyle Brandt. From Atlanta, James Palmer joins from the New England Patriots’ hotel and Tom Pelissero joins from the Los Angeles Rams’ hotel with live reports

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

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For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

 

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Daily Almanac for Sunday, January 27, 2019

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NFL Foundation names Gabe Infante as 2018 Don Shula High School Coach of the Year

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ST. JOSEPH’S PREPARATORY SCHOOL 2018 DON SHULA NFL HIGH SCHOOL COACH OF THE YEAR

 

The NFL Foundation announced that head football coach GABE INFANTE of St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia, PA, is the 2018 Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year.

The award, named for the winningest coach in NFL history, was created to honor exemplary high school football coaches for their character and integrity, leadership and dedication to the community, commitment to player health and safety and on-field success. The announcement was made during 2019 Pro Bowl Festivities presented by Verizon.

“Teaching and developing football at the youth level is paramount to the future success of the game,” said DON SMOLENSKI, Philadelphia Eagles president. “Gabe’s body of work as a football coach and his commitment to the sport, both on and off the field, is admirable.”

Infante has been the head football coach at St. Joseph’s Prep since 2010, compiling a record of 91-23 (.798 winning percentage). In nine seasons at the Prep, his teams have played for five state titles, while capturing four of the last six – including the 2018 and 2016 6A state title, and back-to-back titles in 2014 & 2013. All four teams finished the season ranked number one in Pennsylvania. Recently the Hawks finished 13-0 and were ranked as high as sixth nationally by USA Today, Max Preps and Football America.

 

“While his on-field su​ccess at St. Joseph’s Prep has made Philadelphia and the surrounding community very proud, it is his work with USA Football and charitable organizations like Simon’s Heart that truly demonstrates the reason he’s this year’s winner. On behalf of the Philadelphia football community, we would like to congratulate Gabe on being recognized as the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year,” added Smolenski.

A two-time Don Shula High School Coach of the Year nominee, Infante is a member of USA Football’s Advisory Committee and is a Master Trainer in USA Football’s Heads Up program. Infante travels around the country conducting player safety clinics and helps promote the program’s techniques and benefits to youth and high school coaches. He and the Prep program were featured in a segment on NFL Network on the subject. ​

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Nominees for the Don Shula Award from all 32 clubs were invited and recognized in special ways during the NFL’s week-long celebration of football at the Pro Bowl in Orlando.

Throughout the week, coaches received VIP access and accommodations at various events such as Pro Bowl practices, the Play Football High School Skills Showdown and Play Football Celebrity Flag game; interacted and engaged with members of the football community; and attend the Pro Bowl. Each coach had the opportunity to invite a senior on their roster to participate in the Skills Showdown to represent their high school football community.

The runner-up was Carolina Panthers nominee JEFF CRADDOCK from Tarboro High School in Tarboro North Carolina. Craddock will receive $15,000 from the NFL Foundation, $10,000 of which will go to his high school’s football program.

 

The Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year winner is selected by a panel of distinguished individuals:

  • Pro Football Hall of Famer, Coach DON SHULA – the winningest coach in NFL history
  • 2017 Don Shula NFL Coach of the Year Award Winner ROBERT GARRETT
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame President DAVID BAKER
  • Former Dallas Cowboys Personnel Director and NFL.com contributor GIL BRANDT
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame coach and current NBC analyst TONY DUNGY
  • Executive Director of USA Football SCOTT HALLENBECK
  • 3-time Super Bowl Champion (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX) WILLIE MCGINEST
  • 2x AP NFL Comeback Player of the Year and current head coach at the Sayre School CHAD PENNINGTON
  • Pro Football Hall of Famer and Super Bowl XXXV Champion ROD WOODSON
  • Former Secretary of State CONDOLEEZZA RICE, Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution and faculty member at the Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • Aplington-Parkersburg High School Principal AARON THOMAS, son of the school’s late football coach, Ed Thomas

Below is a full list of the 2018 Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year nominees. For more information on the NFL Foundation, visit nflfoundation.org or follow @NFLFoundation on Twitter.

 

NOMINATING TEAM SCHOOL COACH
Arizona Cardinals Highland High School Brock Farrel
Atlanta Falcons Pike County High School Brad Weber
Baltimore Ravens Glenelg High School Butch Schaffer
Buffalo Bills Clymer-Sherman-Panama High School Ty Harper
Carolina Panthers Tarboro High School Jeff Craddock
Chicago Bears Sacred Heart-Griffin Ken Leonard
Cincinnati Bengals Wyoming High School Aaron Hancock
Cleveland Browns Kirtland High School Tiger Laverde
Dallas Cowboys Duncanville High School Reginald Samples
Denver Broncos Sedgwick County High School Chris Michel
Detroit Lions Reading High School Rick Bailey
Green Bay Packers Muskego High School Ken Krause
Houston Texans Santa Fe High School Mark Kanipes
Indianapolis Colts Warren Central Jayson West
Jacksonville Jaguars Mandarin High School Bobby Ramsay
Kansas City Chiefs North Kansas City High School Leon Douglas
Los Angeles Chargers Lawndale High School Travis Clark
Los Angeles Rams Mater Dei High School Bruce Rollinson
Miami Dolphins Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Aaron Feis
Minnesota Vikings Owatonna Senior High School Jeff Williams
New England Patriots North Andover High School John Dubzinski
New Orleans Saints Notre Dame High School Lewis Cook
New York Giants Hasbrouck Heights High School Nick Delcalzo
New York Jets Midwood High School Anthony Odita
Oakland Raiders Canyon Springs High School Gus McNair
Philadelphia Eagles St. Joseph’s Preparatory School Gabe Infante
Pittsburgh Steelers Upper St. Clair High School Jim Render
San Francisco 49ers Liberty High School Ryan Partridge
Seattle Seahawks Colville High School Randy Cornwell
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pinellas Park High School Kenneth Crawford
Tennessee Titans Oakland High School Kevin Creasy
Washington Redskins Highland Springs High School Loren Johnson

 

About The NFL Foundation: The National Football League Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by the game of football – from players at all levels to communities across the country.

The NFL Foundation represents the 32 NFL clubs and supports the health, safety and wellness of athletes, youth football, and the communities that support our game. For more information on The NFL Foundation, visit: www.NFLFoundation.org.

About Play Football: Play Football is a year-round initiative celebrating youth and high school football. Play Football works to shape the football experience, advocate for safety, promote football values and connect football communities. For more information, featured football stories, best practices and resources aimed to create a positive playing experience, please visit PlayFootball.com or follow @NFLPlayFootball. Join the conversation on social media using #LetsPlayFootball.

 

Saturday, January 26, 2019 Almanac

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NFL Network, NFL Media announces on-location broadcasts from Super Bowl LIII events in Atlanta

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More Than 90 Hours of Live On-Location Coverage on NFL Network Starting Monday, January 28​

60 On-Air Personalities with a Combined 18 Super Bowl Rings

Special 8.5-Hour Edition of ‘NFL GameDay Morning’ on Super Bowl Sunday

‘Good Morning Football,’ ‘Super Bowl Live,’ ‘NFL Total Access,’ ‘Super Bowl Prime’ & ‘NFL Players Only’ Shows Live from Atlanta Throughout the Week

Comprehensive Live Coverage of Super Bowl Opening Night from State Farm Arena – Monday, January 28 at 7:00 PM ET

‘Super Bowl Today’ – Wednesday, January 30 – Friday, February 1 at 12 Noon ET on NFL.com & The NFL App

 

For the 16th year, NFL Network and NFL Digital Media are on-location providing comprehensive, wall-to-wall coverage of Super Bowl week. With more than 90 hours of live on-location coverage from Atlanta, and featuring a roster of 60 on-air personalities with a combined 18 Super Bowl rings, NFL Network and NFL Digital Media are the go-to destinations for expert analysis, the latest news and reports, special guest appearances, matchup-related programming and more leading up to Super Bowl LIII.

Beginning Monday, January 28, NFL Network kicks off its coverage from Atlanta, highlighted by Super Bowl Opening Night from State Farm Arena at 7:00 PM ET. With more than 11 hours of pregame and postgame coverage on Super Bowl Sunday, nightly editions of Super Bowl Prime Wednesday-Friday at 9:00 PM ET, live on-location telecasts of Good Morning FootballNFL Total AccessSuper Bowl Live and NFL Players Only, special Super Bowl-related programming such as NFL Playbook: Super Bowl LIII and the premiere of Gridiron Giveback, and Super Bowl features, NFL Network and NFL Digital Media provide all-encompassing access to everything inside and outside of Super Bowl LIII.

In addition to content across NFL Network, NFL Digital Media will deliver an array of product features and exclusive programming including live shows, video features and audio content to keep fans connected all week long.

NFL.com and the NFL app will feature live shows that offer an irreverent look inside Super Bowl week including Super Bowl Today and the NFL Honors Red Carpet Show, while special editions of NFL Film Sessions and the Around the NFL will also be accessible via NFL.com and the NFL app during the week. Additional digital-first content includes Dude Perfect Super Bowl Trick Shots launching on Dude Perfect YouTube channel Monday, January 28, and The Checkdown LIVE on @NFL Twitter, streaming Friday, February 1 from 4:00 – 5:00 PM ET from the Super Bowl Media Center.

On Super Bowl Sunday, the NFL app allows viewers to stay connected with all the action wherever they are with access to live NFL Network programming as well as a live stream of CBS’ telecast of Super Bowl LIII, plus Next Gen Stats, highlights and game insights.

 

Super Bowl Sunday Coverage

On Super Bowl Sunday, February 3, NFL Network provides more than 11 hours of live pregame and postgame coverage, starting at 9:00 AM ET with a special 8.5-hour edition of NFL GameDay Morning. Utilizing 29 on-air talent members, NFL GameDay Morning offers comprehensive analysis before the kickoff of Super Bowl LIII. Following the game, NFL GameDay Prime is live from Mercedes-Benz Stadium with postgame interviews with players and coaches, in-depth analysis and complete game highlights.

NFL GameDay Morning – 9:00 AM ET

  • Rich EisenKurt WarnerMichael Irvin Steve Mariucci – Mercedes-Benz Field Set
  • Willie McGinest Maurice Jones-Drew – Mercedes-Benz Stadium Field Set
  • Colleen WolfeSteve Smith Sr.Michael Robinson Mike Garafolo – Mercedes-Benz Stadium Outside Set
  • Chris RoseRod Woodson James Jones – Super Bowl Experience
  • Ian Rapoport Cynthia Frelund – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • Brian Billick Shaun O’Hara – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • Mike Giardi Aditi Kinkhabwala – New England Patriots Hotel
  • Tom Pelissero Omar Ruiz – Los Angeles Rams Hotel
  • Steve Wyche James Palmer – Reports from Mercedes-Benz Stadium Field
  • Jane Slater – Tailgate Party Reports
  • Melissa Stark – Red Carpet Interviews
  • Amber Theoharis – Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee Interviews
  • Andrea KremerJeffri ChadihaMichael Silver – Mercedes-Benz Stadium Field Set


NFL GameDay Prime – Postgame

  • Charissa ThompsonDeion SandersLaDainian Tomlinson – Mercedes-Benz Stadium

 

Featured on the Super Bowl Sunday edition of NFL GameDay Morning:

  • Michael Silver sits down with Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff
  • Peter Schrager sits down with Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay
  • Jeffri Chadiha sits down with Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, defensive tackles Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh, and cornerback Aqib Talib
  • Rich Eisen runs the 40-yard dash against nine-time Olympic Gold Medalist Usain Bolt
  • Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald joins live on-set

NFL Network’s Super Bowl LIII Programming Includes:

  • Good Morning Football airs live Monday, January 28 – Friday, February 1, delivering the first analysis and interviews of the day. Monday and Tuesday’s editions of the show air from 7:00 – 10:00 AM ET from New York City, while Wednesday through Friday the show moves to Atlanta (Friday’s show extends until 11:00 AM ET). Hosts Kay AdamsNate BurlesonPeter Schrager and Kyle Brandt anchor the coverage and are joined by special guests throughout the week in Atlanta. On Saturday, February 2Good Morning Football: Weekend airs at 9:00 AM ET with Colleen WolfeMichael RobinsonSteve Smith Sr. and Mike Garafolo
  • Super Bowl Live airs Monday, January 28 at 4:00 PM ETTuesday, January 29 at 11:00 AM ETWednesday, January 30 and Thursday, January 31 at 10:00 AM ET, and Friday, February 1 and Saturday, February 2 at 1:00 PM ET from various locations throughout Atlanta with up-to-the-minute reports, analysis and interviews with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment. One-hour editions of NFL Players Only air Wednesday, January 30 – Friday, February 1 at 8:00 PM ET featuring a rotating list of NFL Network talent
  • NFL Total Access airs live from Atlanta Monday, January 28 at 6:00 PM ETTuesday, January 29 through Friday, February 1 at 7:00 PM ET, and Saturday, February 2 at 11:00 PM ET. The one-hour show recaps the day’s action, provides the latest news reports, features on-air appearances by special guests and breaks down the key matchups leading up to kickoff of Super Bowl LIII
  • Super Bowl Prime airs Wednesday, January 30 – Friday, February 1 at 9:00 PM ET, providing further analysis, news reports and interviews, hosted by Chris RoseDeion Sanders and LaDainian Tomlinson
  • Break down Super Bowl LIII with NFL Playbook: Super Bowl LIII Special on Wednesday, January 30 at 6:00 PM ET, with Rhett LewisShaun O’Hara and Brian Billick
  • NFL Network provides three hours of live coverage of Super Bowl Opening Night from State Farm Arena Monday, January 28 at 7:00 PM ET. Host Chris Rose and Kurt Warner anchor the coverage from the desk, while Michael IrvinDeion Sanders and Nate Burleson roam the scene providing interviews with players and coaches
  • On Friday, February 1 at 6:00 PM ETRich Eisen hosts NFL GameDay Game Night in which Kurt WarnerMaurice Jones-Drew and Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell compete against Michael IrvinSteve Mariucci and Joe Thomas in Super Bowl LIII-themed versions of Pictionary, Charades and more. WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair also joins. At 6:30 PM ETNFL GameDay Pick’em with Dan HellieErin CoscarelliTerrell Davis and Cynthia Frelund breaks down Super Bowl LIII and predicts who will win
  • Super Bowl Saturday Night, a one-hour red-carpet show, airs Saturday, February 2 at 8:00 PM ET leading up to the 8th annual NFL Honors awards show on CBS. Melissa StarkKay Adams and Kyle Brandt host, along with Kevin Frazier
  • Live coverage of NFL-related press conferences throughout the week, including NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s press conference, team arrivals, player availability and the Super Bowl halftime entertainment press conference
  • This is Atlanta – Running throughout the week on NFL Network – including during the special 8.5-hour edition of NFL GameDay Morning on Super Bowl Sunday – This is Atlanta takes viewers on a journey towards Super Bowl LIII through sights, sounds and voices that are uniquely Atlanta. Headlined by musician/producer Jermaine DupriThis is Atlanta features Atlanta icons Big BoiLil JonChilliKiller MikeChipper JonesDominique WilkinsAndrew YoungJohn LewisRyan Seacrest and Jeff Foxworthy
  • Gridiron Giveback – On Wednesday, January 30 at 10:00 PM ETGridiron Giveback premieres on NFL Network. The one-hour show hosted by former Pro Bowl running back Warrick Dunn and NFL Network’s Tiffany Blackmon tells stories of current and former NFL players giving back to their communities. Stories told in Gridiron Giveback include Dunn’s work through his organization Home for the Holidays in which they give people in need homes of their own; Washington Redskins tight end Vernon Davis providing the Boys & Girls Club in Atlanta new sports equipment; Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb volunteering at Covenant House, an organization that assists homeless youth; Atlanta Falcons offensive lineman Ben Garland’s involvement with Top Dogg, an organization that assists in helping veterans readjust to life at home; and more

 

NFL Digital Media Coverage of Super Bowl LIII Includes:

  • The Rookie’s Guide to the NFL Alexa Skill – The Rookie’s Guide is the official Alexa skill of the NFL, aimed at engaging and exciting fans about the league, the game and its players. Hosted by NFL Network’s Cole Wright, The Rookie’s Guide is the perfect companion to get fans ready for Super Bowl LIII, with answers to a variety of questions from “Who is Tom Brady?,” and “What is an interception?,” to “What time does Super Bowl LIII start?,” and “Who is the halftime entertainment?” The Rookie’s Guide also features “The Game Plan,” a five-minute podcast-style segment voiced by former New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora previewing the Big Game. The Rookie’s Guide is available on all Alexa-enabled devices. Visit NFL.com/voice for more information
  • Super Bowl Today – The Around the NFL crew of Gregg RosenthalDan HanzusMarc Sessler and Chris Wesseling bring viewers the latest news and interviews with notable names from sports and entertainment on hand at the Super Bowl Media Center in Atlanta Wednesday, January 30 – Friday, February 1 from 12 Noon – 1:15 PM ET, streaming on NFL.com and the NFL app
  • Dude Perfect Super Bowl Trick ShotsNFL Media and the Dude Perfect team have partnered to produce Dude Perfect Super Bowl Trick Shots. Cory CottonCody JonesTyler ToneyCoby Cotton and Garrett Hilbert took over Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta to perform their mind-blowing trick shots and get fans pumped up for Super Bowl LIII. The epic eight-minute video will be made available to Dude Perfect’s 38 million-plus subscribers on their YouTube channel on Monday January 28 at 6:00 PM ET
  • The Checkdown Live on @NFL Twitter The Checkdown will be live on the ground in Atlanta during Super Bowl week with hosts Megan Gaileyand James Jones bringing viewers the latest topics and trends swirling on social media, Friday, February 1 from 4:00 – 5:00 PM ET from the Super Bowl Media Center
  • NFL Film Sessions Brian Baldinger and Ron Jaworski break down film with NFL coaches and players in 30-minute episodes filmed from the Super Bowl Media Center in Atlanta Wednesday, January 30 – Friday, February 1. Each episode will be available for viewing on NFL Game Pass, NFL.com, the NFL app and the NFL’s YouTube channel
  • NFL Honors Red Carpet Show On the eve of Super Bowl LIII, Jane Slater is live from the red carpet of the 8th annual NFL Honors, providing interviews with the players and celebrities on hand to celebrate the NFL’s biggest stars of the 2018 season. The NFL Honors Red Carpet Show will stream live Saturday, February 2 from 3:30 – 4:40 PM ET on NFL.com and the NFL app
  • Around the NFL Postgame Show – The Around the NFL crew of Gregg RosenthalDan HanzusMarc Sessler and Chris Wesseling host the postgame edition from Mercedes-Benz Stadium following Super Bowl LIII, which will be available for viewing on NFL.com and the NFL app Monday, February 4
  • NFL Media Podcasts – NFL Media’s lineup of podcasts provide further analysis and insight on all things surrounding Super Bowl LIII throughout the week. Programs include a special live audience edition of Around the NFL with Dan HanzusGregg RosenthalChris Wesseling and Marc Sessler Thursday, January 31 at 8:00 PM ETThe Dave Dameshek Football Program with Dave DameshekWillie McGinestMaurice Jones-Drew and more, Game Theory and Money with Cynthia Frelund and Matt “Money” Smith, and RapSheet and Friends with Ian RapoportMike Garofolo and Tom Pelissero are on-location, providing the latest from Atlanta. All of NFL Media’s podcasts are available at NFL.com/Podcasts
  • Comprehensive coverage and analysis from NFL.com’s Judy BattistaJeffri ChadihaMichael Silver and Jim Trotter throughout the week from Atlanta

 

Provided below is NFL Network’s schedule for Super Bowl week (Monday, January 28 – Sunday, February 3). All times provided below are in Eastern Standard Time.

Monday, January 28

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Good Morning Football – Re-air

1:00 PM – Full Game Broadcast – 2019 Pro Bowl

4:00 PM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

6:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

7:00 PM – Super Bowl Opening Night – LIVE

  • 7:10 PM – Los Angeles Rams
  • 8:10 PM – Halftime
  • 9:00 PM – New England Patriots

10:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

11:00 PM – Super Bowl Opening Night – Re-air

2:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

 

Tuesday, January 29

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Good Morning Football – Re-air

11:00 AM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM – Full Game Broadcast – 2018 AFC Championship Game: New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

12 Midnight – Full Game Broadcast – 2018 NFC Championship Game: Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

Wednesday, January 30

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

  • 1:00 PM – Commissioner Press Conference

6:00 PM – NFL Playbook: Super Bowl LIII Special – LIVE

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM – NFL Players Only – LIVE

9:00 PM – Super Bowl Prime – LIVE

10:00 PM – Gridiron Giveback

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

12 Midnight – NFL Players Only – Re-air

1:00 AM – Super Bowl Prime – Re-air

2:00 AM – Gridiron Giveback

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

 

Thursday, January 31

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM – NFL Players Only – LIVE

9:00 PM – Super Bowl Prime – LIVE

10:00 PM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

12 Midnight – NFL Players Only – Re-air

1:00 AM – Super Bowl Prime – Re-air

2:00 AM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air


Friday, February 1

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

11:00 AM – Good Morning Football – Re-air

1:00 PM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

6:00 PM – NFL GameDay Game Night – LIVE

6:30 PM – NFL GameDay Pick’em – LIVE

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM – NFL Players Only – LIVE

9:00 PM – Super Bowl Prime – LIVE

10:00 PM – NFL Mic’d Up: Best of 2018 Season

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

12 Midnight – NFL Players Only – Re-air

1:00 AM – Super Bowl Prime – Re-air

2:00 AM – NFL Mic’d Up: Best of 2018 Season

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

 

Saturday, February 2

9:00 AM – Good Morning Football: Weekend – LIVE

1:00 PM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

8:00 PM – Super Bowl Saturday Night – LIVE

9:00 PM – NFL Playbook: Super Bowl LIII Special

10:00 PM – NFL Mic’d Up: Best of 2018 Season

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

12 Midnight – NFL GameDay Game Night

12:30 AM – NFL GameDay Pick’em

1:00 AM – NFL Mic’d Up: Best of 2018 Season

2:00 AM – NFL Honors – Re-Air

4:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-Air

Sunday, February 3

8:00 AM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

9:00 AM – NFL GameDay Morning – LIVE

5:30 PM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

6:30 PM – Super Bowl Game Center

10:00 PM – NFL GameDay Prime – LIVE

3:30 AM – Super Bowl LIII Re-Air


ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

 

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